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Graphical User Interfaces for Git

Git is command-line-driven software, but that doesn't mean you have to use the command line to make it work. There are lots of options! Some of the deepest programmer nerds I know prefer to use GUIs for Git (Graphic
User Interface, or you know, software you can see things and click stuff), and some near pure-designers I know prefer working with the command line for Git. Swear to Git.

Lemme round up what look like the major players for … Read article

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A Reasonable Approach for Getting Comfortable With Command Line

Considering how much the command line is an integral part of the developer's workflow, it should not be thought overly difficult or tedious to learn.

At one time I avoided it myself, but one day began teaching myself ways to make the difficult as easy as it should be. I got over the hurdle, and you can too. It was worth investing my time to increase my command line comfort-level, and I am going to share a few tips and … Read article

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PHP School (Learn PHP Through Command Line Workshops)

Whilst attending a local meet-up last year in Nottingham, UK, my friends and I were introduced to the concept of NodeSchool. NodeSchool workshops are small applications which run in the terminal and exist to teach you various topics related to Node and JavaScript. They range from teaching you the basics of JavaScript, all the way through to dealing with C++ extensions.

I had great fun and the workshops were really cool - you select an exercise, read the problem … Read article

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